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A presentation on knowledge sharing, innovation, and open government data presented to the University of Adelaide MBA program during Dr. David Pender's class

A presentation on knowledge sharing, innovation, and open government data presented to the University of Adelaide MBA program during Dr. David Pender's class

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  • Obama’s Innovation Strategy – Sept 2009Invest in the Building Blocks of American Innovation. Research & DevelopmentInvestmentsEducation & skill setsPromote Competitive Markets that Spur Productive Entrepreneurship. Creative ideasPartnershipsOpen Gov (transparency, participation, collaboration)Catalyze Breakthroughs for National Priorities. Promoting innovation through prizes, challenges, and grantsScience & Technology
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  • Driving Innovation Through Knowledge Sharing
    Jeanne Holm
    Evangelist, Data.gov
    18 July 2011
  • The KM Journey
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  • NASA SpaceBook
    Social media meets intranet portals
    Establish governance for social networks and sharing
    Allow open community development of apps, widgets, and content
    Open source
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  • Communities for Collaboration
    Find information
    Integration to document management
    Saved searches and subscriptions
    Discussions and Q&A
    Key lessons are integrated into the community
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  • Pulls expert attributes from existing systems
    Sort and browse location, project, and expertise
    Social network map shows possible experts in relation to searcher
    Finding NASA Experts via Social Networks
    POPS (People, Organizations, Projects, and Skills)
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  • Baby Boomers to Gen X to Gen M
    Socialization now occurs primarily online for the age group 6 through 30
    Fastest growing user bases to Facebook?
    276% growth in 35-54 year olds
    194% growth in 55+ year olds
    More people met their spouse online than through work or friends—combined (the numbers double for 45-54 year olds)
    Reality is nothing but an illusion...
    albeit a persistent one
    Albert Einstein
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  • Are you still living on a
    flat Earth?
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  • The Knowledge and Data Revolution Has Arrived
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    “Data is the flint for
    for the next 25 years.”
    Ray OzzieChief Software ArchitectMicrosoft
    Volume of digital information increases tenfold every 5 years
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  • Maximum Flow of Information and Knowledge
    YouTube is now second largest search engine in the world
    1.5 million pieces of content shared daily on Facebook
    On-line newspaper readers are up 30%
    250 million visitors each month to YouTube and Facebook
    Mobile devices will be world’s primary connection tool to the Internet in 2020
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    As big an issue outside your organization as within it
  • President’s Innovation Agenda
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    • Open government
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    Partnerships
    Entrepreneurship
    Prizes, challenges, and grants
    Idea generation
    Innovative science and technology
    Promoting competitive markets
    “A Strategy for American Innovation”published September 2009
    18 July 2011
  • Open Government Initiative
    • Transparency promotes accountability
    • Participation allows people to contribute ideas
    • Collaboration encourages cooperation within government and with industry
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  • Data.gov
    Break down stovepipes
    Provide instant access to raw data in easy to use formats
    Encourage development of innovative applications
    Drive innovation and knowledge use across the globe
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  • Data.gov for the Economy
    • NOAA’s data helped build weather-related business
    • Weather forecasting
    • The Weather Channel
    • Weather.com
    • When the Department of Defense released satellite data…private industry created affordable GPS devices!
    • Opportunities for private sector are limitless
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  • Supporting Global Events
    Japanese tsunami, earthquake, and radiation monitoring
    Restore the Gulf: Deepwater Horizon Response
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  • Achieving Global Leadership in Open Government Data
    Funding will drive ability to reach these goals
    Communities: health, law, ethics…
    Citizens
    Developers
    K-12 Education
    • Search
    • Dataset access
    • Communities
    • Geodata visualization
    • Dataset hosting in the cloud
    • Semantic technologies
    Academia
    State, local, tribal
    Data.Gov Services
    International
    Cloud
    Agencies
    Internal Stakeholders
    Industry
    Green = government Blue = external stakeholders
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  • Open Communities for Discussing Trends and Topics
    Join in the community discussions about open data and semantic technologies at http://www.data.gov/opendata
    Twitter at @usdatagov
    If you are interested in a specific type of data let us know!
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  • Community Sites…Stay Tuned
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  • Learn at Data.gov
    Resources for students and teachers
    Examples of how data is being used to develop apps
    Lesson plans and videos
    Showcase your science fair project that uses government data!
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  • Tapping the Ingenuity of the Public
    Fly On Time
    Dept. of Transportation data, FlyOnTime.us lets people find the most on-time flights and shortest security-line wait times.
    Integrated to Twitter for security line waiting time
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  • National Obesity: Eat Your Vegetables
    Uses Health and Human Services community health data and shows obesity rates by county
    Supports the First Lady’s fights against childhood obesity
    http://public.tableausoftware.com/views/contributorstoobesity/Eatyourvegtables?:embed=yes&:toolbar=yes
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  • Employment Market Explorer
    Using Bureau of Labor local area unemployment data
    This app lets people explore which cities and neighborhoods have the best growth in new jobs
    http://pujaplicaciones.javeriana.edu.co/Employment/
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  • Data Masher
    Uses data from many agencies
    Allows anyone to create a mashup between two datasets to see potential correlations
    http://www.datamasher.org/
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  • Think Big, Start Small, Innovate
    May 18, 2011
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  • Easy to Find Data
    May 18, 2011
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  • The Power of Visualizations
    May 18, 2011
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  • Semantic Technologies
    Provides developers the tools and raw data formats to develop new capabilities
    Close partnership with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Connected to other open data efforts across the world
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  • Data-Driven Communities
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  • Learn at Data.gov
    Resources for students and teachers
    Lesson plans and videos
    Showcase student projects using government data
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  • Supporting Global Events
    Japanese tsunami, earthquake, and radiation monitoring
    Restore the Gulf: Deepwater Horizon Response
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  • The Path Ahead
    Bring data up and out of government to the public ★
    Make data accessible and linked ★★★★★
    Provide simple ways to visualize the data
    Create communities to understand and apply data
    Connect and collaborate with small businesses, industry, and academia to drive innovation
    Share with others to understand global issues
    Be the change you want to see in the world
    Ghandi
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  • A Global Movement Has Begun to Provide Transparency and Democratization of Data
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  • Let’s work together to set the data free!www.Data.Gov@usdatagovjholm@jpl.nasa.gov@JeanneHolm
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